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John Hardy: My green school dream

John Hardy: My green school dream

Hug It Forward | Bottle Schools The Venus Project The Lyceum School The Lyceum School is a school in Southern Russia. It became well known through a series of books called ‘The Ringing Cedars Series’. In it the author describes his trip to the school and is mesmerized by the magic and wonder in the children’s eyes. Students attend this school from the age of 8 up to 18. It is a boarding school and they all work together to support each other in their environment. The students show an immense amount of love for others, they are incredibly caring and very polite. A classroom wall, painted by students The Lyceum School is free to attend and there are students there from different parts of Europe. They Pay it Forward in lots of different ways, through teaching, sharing, working together and creating text books for other students.

Architecture | Lecture Video Archive Katherine Rinne, "Plumbing Rome"April 11, 2012Katherine RinneProject Director, Aquae Urbis Romae: The Waters of the City of RomeAdjunct Professor of Architecture, California College of the Arts Merritt Bucholz, "Bucholz McEvoy Architects: Recent Works"February 27, 2012Merritt BucholzPrincipal, Bucholz McEvoy ArchitectsDean, University of Limerick, Ireland Will Bruder, "Built/Unbuilt: The Architecture of willbruder+PARTNERS"January 27, 2012Will BruderMorgenstern Chair Adjunct Professor, IIT College of Architecturewill bruder+PARTNERS, Phoenix Kenneth Frampton, "World Megalopoli and the Japanese Experience"January 12, 2012Kenneth FramptonWare Professor of Architecture, Columbia University Maya Lin, "Design for a Living World"October 24, 2011Maya LinMaya Lin Studio, New York City Juhani Pallasmaa, "Space, Place and Atmosphere: Peripheral Perception in Architectural Experience"October 17, 2011Juhani PallasmaaJuhani Pallasmaa Architects, HelsinkiPlym Professor of Architecture, UIUC back to top

Our Approach | Puget Sound Community School PSCS students often pass through a series of stages, starting with a feeling of euphoria when they first enroll. Students are excited by the promise of spending their days pursuing activities that give them joy, and the thrill of being surrounded by an extraordinary group of teachers. For some students, this can fade into boredom. We often say that PSCS is the easiest school you’ll ever attend because no one is telling you what to do. The job of the teaching staff is to not solve a student’s boredom problem. Students then often engage passionately in the endless academic and social opportunities available, and even begin leading new activities that they create. The curriculum at PSCS is responsibility, and the goal for our graduates is maturity.

Best Houses | Simple, Sustainable Home Design & Architecture April 2012 Image: Iwan Baan House NA Sou Fujimoto Architects Tokyo, Japan Image: Tim Van de Velde House Roces Govaert and Vanhoutte Architects Bruges, Belgium Image: Steve King Nakahouse XTEN Architecture Los Angeles, California Image: David Hertz The 747 Wing House David Hertz Architects Malibu, California Image: Greg Richardson Two Hulls House MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects Nova Scotia, Canada April 2011 Image: Todd Eberle 18.36.54 House Studio Daniel Libeskind Connecticut Image: Nelson Kon Bahia House Studio MK27 Salvador, Brazil Image: Scott Frances Glass/Wood House Kengo Kuma & Associates New Canaan, Connecticut Image: SG+FG House in Leiria Aires Mateus & Associates Leiria, Portugal InBetween House Koji Tsutsui Architect & Associates Karuizawa, Japan Image: Ciro Coelho Montecito Residence Barton Myers Associates Montecito, California

Curriculum - Bealings School HOW we are learning is as important as WHAT we are learning and we want that learning to be engaging, enjoyable and meaningful! EVERYONE, children and adults, in our school community is a learner the atmosphere which fosters the most effective learning to be a relaxed and happy one where we are also absorbed in tasks which are relevant to our needs We believe in making mistakes! It’s OK! It is often best to learn in a realistic context where there are valid REASONS for learning new skills and concepts We will begin from WHERE the CHILDREN are in their understanding and design activities based on THE CHILD’S POINT OF VIEW (how do they view the world, what is important to them?) The children are encouraged to take on responsibility for their own learning All the usual subject matter is taught in a variety of ways. Religious Education is based on the Suffolk Agreed Syllabus. At Bealings we also teach French each week to all children from Reception to Year 6. Special Educational Needs PE Initiative